Friday, April 17, 2009

Correction Ma'am. Your Son IS a Piece of Shit.

It's been over a week since Los Angeles Angels pitcher Nick Adenhart and two others were killed in a car accident by a man who had a blood-alcohol level three times the legal limit at the time of the crash.

That man, Andrew Gallo, has spent his time in the Orange County jail since killing Adenhart, Courtney Stewart, and Henry Pearson, and seriously injuring Jon Wilhite. Gallo's bail was set for $2 million and he is set to be arraigned on June 8th.

Part of me hopes he never makes it to that date and is instead killer in jail or commits suicide and saves us all from wasting more tax money on a dumb trial for a piece of shit human being. Another part of me actually wants him to be alive because he will have to suffer through what will be the most painful process a human being will ever have to endure. He will sit through a trial and continually see the faces of the 3 people he killed, while watching those loved ones' families stare through his eyes with burning feelings of hatred and disgust. It's quite the dilemma.

A new wrinkle in this unfortunate circus is that Gallo's family has finally decided to speak on the whole matter. Gallo's mother, Sandra Sagahon, feels her son has been demonized by the media in the wake of the crash and is really a good person.

Here's a hint Sandra...your son is a piece of fucking shit.

"It was an accident," Sagahon said. "He never meant to hurt anybody, ever."

Sagahon is a mother, seeing her son in jail for a horrible crime. He is charged with three counts of murder, driving under the influence of alcohol and fleeing the scene of an accident. He faces 55 years to life if convicted on all charges. It's understandable that his mother is defending him. That's what mothers do.

Unfortunately, for her, this isn't going to turn out well. Her son's life is well over.

Gallo was born in El Monte, California and lived in Baldwin Park, Calif., before his mother and father divorced when he was 5. According to Gallo's father, Andrew took the divorce especially hard.

Gallo bounced around living with both his mother and father, who both remarried others. According to Gallo's father, Andrew found moving difficult and he took up drinking ot help with him "problems."

Gallo's father didn't allow alcohol in the house so Andrew hung out with his stepbrother Raymond Rivera (another piece of human trash), who according to family members was also an alcoholic. Rivera was with Gallo on the night of the crash as well.

Gallo was first arrested in 2006 on suspicion of DUI. He went to a rehabilitation facility as part of his plea deal but Gallo moved in and out of rehab over the next few years. He was in and out of contstruction jobs and supposedly turned in a job application to Sears the day before the accident.

Gallo and Rivera got drunk at a few different bars the night of the murder, though the specific bar they were at before the accident remains uknown.

On his growing up, Sagahon said of her son, "I didn't think he was out getting into trouble. It's not like he was a bad kid or a gang member."

"I don't want another tragedy like this. I don't wish this upon nobody, not those parents that lost their three little angels. Would someone want to be in my shoes right now? I don't think so and I don't wish it upon anybody," she said.

Family members of the Gallo's have temporarily moved to an undisclosed location based on numerous death threats they've received over the last week. They said their son was talking about getting his life together but that doesn't mean anything to anyone anymore.

Three young people lost their life while another one fights for his in the hospital. Like I said last week when this happened, people are dying everyday, all over the world. It's an unfortunate situation. Nick Adenhart happened to be a professional baseball player, so this is magnified even more.

Andrew Gallo, now sits, day in and day out worrying about his fate. If he didn't have demons before, he sure as hell has them now.

"People think my son is a monster," Gallo's father said. "He's not."

Unfortunately, no one will see it this way. Surprisingly, there's enough common sense left in our world that we can and should vilify this young man who tore so many people's worlds apart. I don't care that he suffered through a divorce, I don't care that he couldn't find steady work. Andrew Gallo was screwed up in the head and he was an alcoholic who shouldn't have been roaming our streets. He hung out with a trash-pile of a stepbrother who only fed his darkest problem.

The more and more the Gallo's talk about their 'good' son, the more and more they risk their lives and their son's life. Andrew Gallo was an idiot. He got really drunk, got behind the wheel of a vehicle, and killed 3 people. No matter how many tears he sheds at the trial, Gallo remains a waste of human life. People like him are somehow born, somehow make it through 22 years of life, and somehow transplant their demonic seed in other people's lives.

Lives are ruined everyday by ridiculous pieces of shit that roam our earth. If all the gang members in the world killed themselves off in their own battles, I'd be more than happy. If all the alcoholic drivers killed themselves by driving off a cliff, I'd be more than happy. If child rapists stepped in front of speeding trains more often, I'd be more than happy.

Sadly, they don't. They hurt others instead. I'm sorry Mrs. Sagahon, your son was the ultimate piece of shit.

1 comment:

  1. Drunk loser, Andrew Gallo, had previous DUI convictions. These drunks never learn. I recently witnessed Chico (Ca) resident, Roy Larue, who owns Butte Custom Upholstery Repair, drinking two 32oz beers then driving while on probation for DUI. I reported him to Chico PD and the DA's office. When I notified Roy that I was angry at his actions he wrote back (via e-mail) "......kiss my...ass....thanks for the pizza and beer." Not only did Roy violate his probation he made light of the situation as if he's thumbing his nose at the law. I reported him because I'm not going to sit around and wait for him to kill someone. According to MADD the average drunk driver drinks and drives dozens of times before getting caught.